Need For Speed Movie

Need for Speed movie grossing well in China

The Need for Speed movie isn’t doing spectacularly in US cinemas, but for some reason, it’s going gangbusters in China.

6 years ago

Need For Speed Movie headlines

  • Need for Speed Movie has made $63.4 million worldwide so far

    Need for Speed was the third-highest grossing movie in the States last week, after debuting in cinemas on March 12. It has smashed $63 million at the box office worldwide.

    6 years ago
  • Need for Speed movie had a $66 million production budget

    Here’s an interesting little tidbit for those interested in the world of Hollywood video game adaptations: according to the Wall Street Journal, the Need for Speed movie cost $66 million to make. It’s the most expensive project Dreamworks has ever produced, despite appearing pretty modest next to the $200 million budget of competing action blockbusters. […]

    6 years ago
  • Need for Speed: Rivals DLC pack ties in with movie

    Need for Speed: Rivals has pupped a new DLC pack containing three cars seen in the movie.

    6 years ago
  • Need for Speed: 27 observations from Aaron Paul's new movie

    Need for Speed opens in cinemas worldwide this week, but Brenna’s already seen it, forgotten about it, remembered it again, written down her impressions and knocked off for the day.

    6 years ago
  • Need for Speed Movie: behind the scenes footage show camera cars in action

    Need for Speed Movie insight keeps on coming with a new behind-the-scenes look at how the production crew rigged together the flick’s camera cars, so that they could film high-speed chases from the vehicle itself.

    6 years ago
  • Need for Speed movie gets behind-the-scene cars shots & stunt details

    Need for Speed’s movie adaptation seems to be shaping up not bad, but if there’s one area you definitely shouldn’t fear, it’s the stupidly expensive cars they’re using – and destroying – during production. One site has taken a stack of behind-the-scenes photos of the rides and locations used during filming.

    6 years ago
  • Need for Speed movie trailer doesn't look totally dreadful

    Need for Speed isn’t the most likely property to become a movie, and the production seems to have been pushed through remarkably quickly, but this new trailer for the 2014 film isn’t so disgustingly bad you want to stick nails through your own face, and in the foetid world of video game films we call […]

    6 years ago
  • Need for Speed movie trailer takes itself extremely serious

    A trailer for the Need for Speed movie has landed online, and in it you get to see Aaron Paul take his roll very, very, seriously. Everything looks “complete drama”, so don’t go into it expecting Fast and Furious – although, there is a lot of fast, and Paul looks furious more than once. It’s […]

    6 years ago
  • Need for Speed movie clips shown, out in spring 2014

    Aaron Michael Paul from Big Love, and Breaking Bad is in the Need for Speed movie. He came on stage during EA’s E3 2013 to show clips from the movie in the works. It looks like it was fun to make.

    7 years ago
  • Need For Speed movie: filming has begun in Georgia

    Need For Speed’s movie adaptation has begun filming in Macon, Georgia.

    7 years ago
  • Need for Speed film to star Michael Keaton

    Michael Keaton has accepted a role in the upcoming Need for Speed film.

    7 years ago
  • Need for Speed film to co-star Dominic Cooper, Imogen Poots - report

    The Need for Speed movie may co-star Captain America’s Dominic Cooper, according to a piece on Variety which states the actor is in negotiations for the film.

    7 years ago
  • Report - Need for Speed film due February 2014

    Looks like Dreamworks wasn’t kidding about pushing the Need for Speed movie out at a rapid pace; according to Deadline the adaptation is set to debut on February 7, 2014. The whole shebang only seems to have kicked off in April; compare and contrast with God of War, which has been in the works for […]

    8 years ago
  • Need for Speed film to release during 2014 from DreamWorks

    DreamWorks has acquired the film rights to EA’s Need for Speed and the firm plans to release it during 2014. EA will produce the film with John Gatins and Mark Sourianmad Act of Valor’s Scott Waugh will direct it. Production will start next year.

    8 years ago